AMN has completed the pre-production phase of “Tell The World”, a feature length heritage film project on behalf of the Australian Union Conference (AUC).
The film will follow prominent pioneers of the Church, including Joseph Bates, James White, John Nevins Andrews and Ellen Harmon, as they discover new Bible truths.
“This film will clearly show God’s leading in the establishment of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and our commitment to biblical teachings,” said AUC president and executive producer, Pastor Chester Stanley. “We’re making Tell The World not only as a powerful evangelistic resource but as a nurturing tool. It will teach young people about the dynamic beginnings of our Church and re-inspire long-term members.”
Kyle Portbury, director of Tell The World, is excited about the authentic filming locations he found while scouting overseas. “We discovered a pioneer village in Canada that is practically perfect to tell our story in,” he said. “The look and feel is not only mid-1800s New England, but being a ‘living history’ village there is a high level of authenticity that you only get when people plough a field every year with 170-year-old equipment or still bake bread in an original 1840s bakery. We think the set alone will transport the audience back in time.”
Principle Photography will commence July 2003